a process is a set of activities that delivers value to external customers.
When we are engaged in a process, we produce value for external customers in the form of products, services, or even ideas.
The difference is that the external customers in our case are clients who make money from services we offer. This is important to understand because often we have to make some sales before we can produce any value.
A process is all about making money and creating value. The best way to understand the process is to understand what is going on in the customer’s head. We’re not gonna go back and tell you to get it done, but most of us are doing this for the time being so you can get it done. To help you understand it better you can go back to the book, “The Art of Selling”, by Frank Cass.
Most of the time, we don’t go back and tell you to get it done. We do it in the most-important way possible, and that’s getting paid back. It’s more like two sides of a story, but it’s still a process.
The story is a story of the user creating a custom version of the content. It involves the user creating a custom version of a product, and the buyer is the consumer. This is just one part of the story. The main point is to get the user to do something that is relevant enough to them and to be relevant enough to them to make a purchase.
This is all good, because if we’re on a time loop, we’ve created a loop where the only way to get out is to kill ourselves. We’ve made the mistake of not being able to get our user to do something that is relevant enough to them and/or relevant enough to them to make a purchase.
In this case, the user is a process, and the product is a process. The process is us. The user is the customer. The product is the service. The process is the delivery. The product is the value. The process is the product.
The process is a set of activities that delivers value to external customers.
We call this “value” because it’s not just a measurable number like what you’d get from a car. It’s not just an idea like “I will buy this car if it has this feature.” Value is what we’re actually getting from the process that we’ve sold to our customer. The process is what they’re actually receiving from us.